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14' Saturn KaBoat

14' Saturn KaBoat

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List price: $1,250.00
$699.00
You save: $551.00 (44%)
Shipping: $59.00
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Saturn Inflatable Kayak & Boat Crossover - KaBoat

Our SATURN Kaboats 14' Saturn KaBoat (Light Red) - Side Vieware taking the nation by storm and our brand new model has even more upgrades! This patent pending combination of a dinghy and kayak has found its niche in the market and is a perfect fit for someone looking for the most adaptable and portable inflatable boat on the market. There is no greater testamant to the opportunities this 14' Saturn KaBoat provides than the dozens of videos shared by customers all around the globe.

This versatile kayak/boat crossover can be used like our SATURN inflatable kayak by rowing/paddling or can be turned into a speedboat by attaching a small gas or electric engine to the marine grade wood transom at the stern. Aluminum seats and an incredibly stable design make it a great fishing vessel. The dropstitch floor is the most rigid inflatable floor on the market and makes standing up to cast simple. The compact size makes it the perfect choice for a dinghy for a yacht or sailboat.

Upgraded 14' Saturn KaBoat has the following changes:

  • Transom has triangular splash guards to minimize back splash and protect the transom holders from heat and exposure to UV rays.
  • Plastic handles were replaced with sun resistant and durable soft handles for a longer life span.
  • The valves were moved to the inside of the tubes and under the seat to protect them from sun and the elements. Their position also makes inflation from the inside of the boat easier when on the water.
  • New models have different bench attachments to make them shorter and lighter. They were also moved slightly lower for easier rowing.
  • Grommet PVC splash guards with safety grab lines run all along the KaBoat's tubes from the front to the rear. Having grommets on PVC lines allows the attachment of additional accessories, kayak seats and custom made frames and arches for fishing rod holders, night lights, etc.

The SATURN KaBoat is capable of transporting heavier cargo and offers a more stable design than that of a traditional kayak. The narrow profile allows for much less drag and allows it to outperform most traditional dinghy’s with similar engine sizes.

The 14' Saturn Kaboat can take up to a 10 HP gas outboard engine if you really want to fly (over 20 mph with 2 people) and if you're looking for maximum portability just purchase an electric motor! If the battery loses charge or the gas is low, you can use the rowing oars to paddle to your destination. A small outboard works great and you don't need anything larger than a 6 HP. With a 5 HP engine, this boat will fly at up to 15-20 mph with 1-2 people. With an electric motor you'll be able to travel at speeds of around 5-7 mph. An electric motor at minimum speed will run for up to 6 hours.

Additional Features:Saturn KaBoat Seats, Oars, Boat, and Accessories

  • High-pressure inflatable air deck floor (rated up to 8 psi - nearly twice the average pressure rating of similar products).
  • Same heavy-duty 1100 Denier PVC as in SATURN inflatable boats.
  • Front spray skirt with water deflector guard and rope lacing.
  • Marine grade plywood transom with a one way drain plug.
  • Included: hand pump, repair kit, 2 oars and a carry bag.
  • 1 set of rowing oars with oar locks. 14' Saturn KaBoat SK430 Red with Bimini Top and Electric Motor Upgrade
  • Wide beam hull design for stability.
  • 4 fins for improved tracking. 14' Saturn KaBoat SK430 - Green
  • 3 aluminum removable benches.

KaBoat Specification

Air Valves:
Halkey-Roberts type valve by Naru
Chambers:
2 Side Tubes and 1 Inflatable Floor
Exterior Length:
14'
Exterior Width:
42"
Inflation time:
5-10 min.
Interior Length:
11'5"
Interior Width:
14"
KaBoat Weight:
58 lbs
Material:
1100 Denier 0.9mm PVC (Dual Layers totaling 1.8mm PVC Covering Tubes and Floor)
Max. Engine Capacity:
8 HP (10 HP if 2 stroke)
Person Capacity:
3
Shipping Size:
45"x24"x13"
Shipping Weight:
79 lbs
Transom High:
13.5"
Tube Diameter:
13"
Weight Capacity:
750 lbs
Speed (Approx.):
10 HP (Up to 20 MPH) - 5 HP (Up to 15 MPH)
I bought a 14 foot kaboat in 2010. I use it 10 plus times per year on various lakes and rivers in western pennsylvania. The first 4 years i has a nissan 3.5 hp and then upgraded to suzuki 8 hp. I have never saw another kaboat on the water and shame on them.

This raft is stable, reliable, tracks great, durable beyond comprehension. U can run it aground on gravel with no holes. Take barge wake sideways and handle 3 foot waves or the wake from multible yachts slowing down from full throttle from 3 different directions to go through channel at presque isle bay on lake erie(dont reccomend that)

Best purchase ever. Packs up and fits in your trunk or leave inflated and haul on roof. Ive turned alot of heads over the years and always advocate the brand highly. Youd think i was a salesmen. No one truly knows or aprreciates the KABOAT til they own.

11 stars out of 10
I use my Kaboat as a tender for my 65ft sailboat and it really is an incredible inflatable. Easy for one person to launch and retrieve from the boat deck. Stability is better than expected and it rows quickly and tracks right on ...I have a 2.5 Lehr propane outboard for it and it is a great union. I will never go back to a conventional tender or dingy. Great design concept and execution. Regards.
I have a 14' kaboat and wanted to tell you how much I like it and some of the modifications I've made. It packs an unpacks very easily in the carry bag, it's a one-person operation from start to finish. While I'm putting on my dive gear, I have the boat hooked up to an electric pump and by the time I'm done dressing, I only have to top it up with the hand pump. Deflating is even faster, just open the valves and roll from the transom to the bow, it's all wrapped up in a couple minutes. I bought an old Evinrude Light Twin 4hp engine for $100, and with just me aboard it'll plane at about 15mph. With two people the performance drops to 6.5mph, but this is two big guys with wetsuits, weight belts, etc. I put the gas tank under the bow cover and run a long fuel line back. I don't often use the seats that came with the boat. The rear seat is too close to the engine and the middle seat is too far, so I just sit on the tubes. I have a 42 qt cooler I use in the middle of the boat, it's pinched gently in place by the tubes and stays in place. I use the cooler for storage and it makes a convenient middle seat for a passenger. I can move the cooler where I want to better balance the boat. One thing I've modified is to use a 2-piece marine plywood floor, I laminated the bow section so it follows the same curvature as the boat. The floor is very solid under foot, distributes the load better along the full length of the boat, makes the boat more stable, and improves handling. Thanks for a great product!
I bought this boat from Saturn a few weeks back - It arrived last night and I've already since had it in the water!!! Fishing this morning was a breeze. Easy enough to carry/wheel along on my own so I was able to enjoy some pre-breakfast casts.

All in all. Great value. Oars could have been a little nicer, but hey thats why motors exist right?! :D
We have had our 14' Kaboat for 3 seasons and have used in on lakes, rivers and in the ocean off San Diego on calm days. We power it with a 3 1/2 horsepower Merc and with one 200 pound person it planes nice at about 10 MPH. With two of us and our labrador retriever it will plane but just barely. If I was doing it over I would get the 5 HP. The boat is very stable and we have had no quality issues.
This is a well made, versatile boat -- motor, row, paddle or even sail. The sail kit is available from SailboatsToGo, which is a different company. You can find them on the web easily. The boat is very heavy duty and well made.
Hi, our boat just arrived, and it’s the best inflatable think I ever seen. Thank you so much. We will highly recommend it to our friends.
Thanks, Anna
Our boat just arrived, and it’s the best inflatable think I ever seen. We will highly recommend it to our friends. Thanks for a great deal on a boat !!
I have a 14' kaboat and wanted to tell you how much I like it and some of the modifications I've made. It packs an unpacks very easily in the carry bag, it's a one-person operation from start to finish. While I'm putting on my dive gear, I have the boat hooked up to an electric pump and by the time I'm done dressing, I only have to top it up with the hand pump. Deflating is even faster, just open the valves and roll from the transom to the bow, it's all wrapped up in a couple minutes. I bought an old Evinrude Light Twin 4hp engine for $100, and with just me aboard it'll plane at about 15mph. With two people the performance drops to 6.5mph, but this is two big guys with wetsuits, weight belts, etc. I put the gas tank under the bow cover and run a long fuel line back. I don't often use the seats that came with the boat. The rear seat is too close to the engine and the middle seat is too far, so I just sit on the tubes. I have a 42 qt cooler I use in the middle of the boat, it's pinched gently in place by the tubes and stays in place. I use the cooler for storage and it makes a convenient middle seat for a passenger. I can move the cooler where I want to better balance the boat. One thing I've modified is to use a 2-piece marine plywood floor, I laminated the bow section so it follows the same curvature as the boat. The floor is very solid under foot, distributes the load better along the full length of the boat, makes the boat more stable, and improves handling. Thanks for a great product!
Purchased the 15' version after much research--excellent quality for $$. Very easy to set up and take down, even with just the hand pump. Weighs a hefty 80+ lbs in storage bag. We use it with a 30 lb. thrust trolling motor (and deep cycle marine battery under rear seat). It's great for quietly cruising around lakes to camp & fish. Because the boat is so narrow (like canoe or kayak), the oars + oarlocks are virtually useless--I constantly bang my knees with oar handles. I'll use a kayak paddle instead. We don't use the middle seat, but put my long legs, fishing gear, etc. between us (when my wife sits up front). Sitting on the floor, with a flotation cushion as a backrest against aluminum seat, is VERY comfortable. Haven't had it out in a stiff wind, and don't intend to...
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